Priest Alejandro Solalinde, who runs a shelter for migrants in Mexico's Oaxaca state, walks on a road near to Arriaga, in Chiapas state, Friday, Jan. 7, 2011. The train known as "La Bestia", or "The ... more 
Priest Alejandro Solalinde, who runs a shelter for migrants in Mexico's Oaxaca state, walks on a road near to Arriaga, in Chiapas state, Friday, Jan. 7, 2011. The train known as "La Bestia", or "The Beast", the one mostly used by migrants on their way to the US, didn't arrived Friday to Arriaga, and local authorities surprised with a last-minute measure to escort migrants to the border with Oaxaca state. According to several organizations supporting migrants' rights, authorities stopped the train in Oaxaca to sabotage a protest aboard the train scheduled to begin Friday. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Miguel Tovar
Mon, Jan 10, 2011 4:16 PM EST